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Präoperative Strategie in Diagnostik und Therapie von Rhythmusstörungen und Herzinsuffizienz

  • K. Werdan
  • J. Neudert
  • P. Eberl-Lehmann
  • M. Haller
  • H. Forst
  • J. Wisser
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin / Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 222)

Zusammenfassung

Rhythmusstörungen und Herzinsuffizienz sind 2 Symptome, die das perioperative Risiko entscheidend prägen (Beitrag Erdmann in diesem Band; [10, 25, 31, 37, 44, 45, 69]). Eine optimale Strategie zur perioperativen Risikominimierung erschöpft sich jedoch nicht in der unkritischen Behandlung dieser Symptome. Sie beinhaltet vielmehr die Diagnose der diesen Symptomen zugrundeliegenden Herzerkrankung, die Abschätzung ihrer hämodynamischen Relevanz und die an der kardialen Grunderkrankung ausgerichtete präoperative Behandlung.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • K. Werdan
  • J. Neudert
  • P. Eberl-Lehmann
  • M. Haller
  • H. Forst
  • J. Wisser

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